Automotive Industry

Robots can help Japan solve its 'last-mile’ crisis in logistics. Here's how

Camello, an autonomous grocery delivery robot, makes its way during a delivery in Singapore April 6, 2021. REUTERS/Edgar Su

Robots are used to deliver groceries in Singapore. Image: REUTERS/Edgar Su

Christoph Wolff
CEO, Smart Freight Centre, Amsterdam, Honorary Professor Economics & Social Sciences, University of Cologne
Takakazu Doi
Project Lead, Mobility Project, C4IR
Eric Hannon
Partner, McKinsey & Company
Anja Huber
Associate Partner, McKinsey & Company
Yuta Murakami
Partner, McKinsey & Company
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